Courtyard by Marriott Salt Lake City Layton
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... primitive hand tools lots of volunteer labor and oxen to haul the rocks. We continued on our own doing a walking tour of the area. We went to the 24th floor of an office building for a great view of the city, we saw the convention Center and went to City Gate, a very nice downtown shopping mall, for lunch. We spent the rest of the afternoon at the KOA enjoying the swimming pool. After dinner we went shopping at The a Gateway shopping ...
... the water with bathing suits. I wasn't interested in all in going in the water. Adjacent to the lake is a copper mining plant that has the largest human-made mine in the world. Crazy. In all, we had a short visit there and then went on an unsuccessful hunt for a "trendy" (Ruby's word) called Sugar house. We finally found it, but because this is a newer Western city (relatively), things are spread out and not really walkable. We got back to the camper ...
... a second time and told each other what we liked about them. I want to make an effort to do this more. Life can be hard and being affirmed feels really good.I parted company with the family at the airport with lots of sweet hugs, I will miss you and "I love you". We will be apart until I end my trip on March 31. The kids promised to read my blog and e-mail me once in a while. We probably won't be ...
We've stopped in Salt Lake City for a few days to visit some old friends and do some sight seeing. The Johnson's have kids the same age as Taylor and Jake. They were in the same classes at GVS. They moved from New Hampshire when Taylor and Parker were in 3rd ...
... as we were still in shorts and T-shirts, we had to pull out the heavy jackets. I must admit the cool air felt good.....very crisp and clean. Thank goodness no snow, the snow level was reported to be at the 6800ft level so we were close. We had a quiet night in the country at a very nice KOA camp. The next day we woke up to chilly weather and the threat of rain....we were hoping no snow. We headed down the road to Hill AFB ...